How is George and Lennie described Chapter 1?
The two men are described as walking in single file and ‘even in the open one stayed behind the other’. Both were ‘dressed in denim trousers and in denim coats with brass buttons’. George is described as being ‘small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features’.
How did George suddenly get a gun?
How did George suddenly get a gun? He got Carlson’s gun when he left the barn after him and Candy found Curley’s wife dead. George tells Lennie the story to distract him and put him in his happy place before he dies.
What are George’s last remarks to Lennie?
Explain George’s last remarks to Lennie. George is telling Lennie about their dream because it’s what Lennie wants to hear. Lennie wants to be reassured that their dream will still happen even after he killed Curley’s wife. George yelled Lennie the dream, so Lennie can die a happy death.
What story does George start telling to Lennie?
Lennie asks him to tell the story of their farm, and George begins, talking about how most men drift along, without any companions, but he and Lennie have one another. The noises of men in the woods come closer, and George tells Lennie to take off his hat and look across the river while he describes their farm.
Why is Crooks defeated at the end of Chapter 4?
At the end of Chapter 4, Crooks is a totally defeated man. He has had to give in to Curley’s wife and he feels the fact that he is completely powerless. You can see this symbolized in the fact that he starts putting liniment on his back (his disability) after she leaves.
What does George describe to Lennie?
To Slim, George describes Lennie as being “dumb as hell” but notes that he “ain’t crazy” nor is he a “cuckoo.” He does, however, describe Lennie as being a “nuisance” because he can’t rid of him.
What does George say he could do without Lennie?
What does George say his life would be like without Lennie? He’d be lonely and have no one to share his dreams with. He’d have a girlfriend and no worries and his life would be much easier. He’d give up ranching and become a sheriff.